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Welcome to FishingNotes.com Swepco Lake fishing report page. Here you will find all the information you need to make the best decisions for today's fishing. Current weather including air temperature, barometric pressure, wind speed and direction are continuously updated throughout the day. Swepco Lake water temperature is one of the vital statistics included on this page. We also include the moon phase as full and new moons are generally better fishing times. Help in choosing what time to hit the water with daily sunrise and sunset times plus moon rise and moon set times. We would love to hear how your fishing trip went, feel free to share your days success on the community report page. Good luck and we hope you catch a full bag today!
State:
Arkansas
Latitude:
36.2528
Maximum Depth (ft) :
65
County:
Benton
Longitude:
-94.53503
Normal Elevation (ft):
0
Inpoundment Type:
Water Clarity:
6-10 ft
Boat Access:
Paved Ramps
Surface Area (acres):
0
Water Temp Factors:
Powerplant
Boat Limits:
No Restrictions
Lake Management:
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CatchTracker User
2018-02-26
Species: General
Fishing Rating: 0
Water Temperature: 58
Water temp virtually the same. 65-74 degrees. Bass came on jigs. The fish seemed to be right against the bank. Sweet beaver and Jackall flick shake produced some nice fish
CatchTracker User
2018-02-25
Species: General
Fishing Rating: 0
Water Temperature: 57
Water temps range from 65-74 degrees. Rkrawler md on windy points produced well today. 02/25/2018
CatchTracker User
2018-02-25
Species: General
Fishing Rating: 0
Water Temperature: 57
Water temps range from 65-75 degrees. Rkrawler md seemed to work best on windy points 02/25/2018
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Swepco Lake Largemouth Bass Rating:
3.4
Swepco Lake Largemouth Bass Tips: [ Add Tip ]
- Drop shot works the best for me I tried other baits and lures cant catch them but only on a drop shot.
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Largemouth Bass Tips for Current Conditions (automated):
Largemouth bass fishing is going to be pretty slow at 82 degree water temperature. Bass will start moving much slower and feeding less aggressively until the water temperature starts to get back down to comfortable levels. When the water temperature is up this high, it's time to get out fishing early and late in the day when the sun is not on the water. When you can get out for the entire day, it's a great time to fish some deeper water. Many large bass are taken this time of year since bass fishermen typically gets out deeper and fish slower with larger baits. Like any other time of year, the slower you fish with bigger baits on the deep drops and river channels, the better chance you have at a lunker. This is a great time to catch a trophy. Good luck out there today!
Swepco Lake Smallmouth Bass Rating:
2.5
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Smallmouth Bass Tips for Current Conditions (automated):
Smallmouth bass fishing is going to be pretty slow at this water temperature. Bass will typically start moving much slower and feeding less aggressive until the water temperature starts to get back down to comfortable levels. When the water temperature is up this high, get out fishing early and late and cast in the shallows. When the sun is up it will be time to get out into deeper water, try fishing some drop offs and deep channel bends.
Swepco Lake Crappie Rating:
2.4
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Crappie Tips for Current Conditions (automated):
Your lake crappie will be much more lethargic in the water temperature. They will be in deeper and cooler water. Crappie will be feeding; however they will not be feeding aggressively unless the other fishing factors are at prime levels. Find some moving water that is clear and you should find some more aggressive fishing.
Swepco Lake Walleye Rating:
1.8
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Walleye Tips for Current Conditions (automated):
With the water temperatures up this high, the walleye will really be moving slow and feeding even slower. It will be extremely difficult to stay on fish and catch good numbers. There will be good days that you can find a good pattern and fill the live well up. The good days of walleye fishing will be fewer and farther between until the water temperature gets back down. Good luck.
Swepco Lake Catfish Rating:
4.4
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- I most likely I woould try chicken liver or gizzerds. Be prepared to wait a long time. The pattertns are faily easy to pick up on.

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Catfish Tips for Current Conditions (automated):
Unlike most North American fish species, blue catfish, flathead and channel catfish are comfortable when the water temperature is this high. They will be feeding and moving in typical patterns. You will start having a little better luck if you can get to some moving water that is adding a little more oxygen for the baitfish and the catfish will be there also.
Swepco Lake Spotted Bass Rating:
1.3
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Spotted Bass Tips for Current Conditions (automated):
Spotted bass fishing is going to be pretty slow at this water temperature. Bass will typically start moving much slower and feeding less aggressive until the water temperature starts to get back down to comfortable levels. When the water temperature is up this high, get out fishing early and late and cast in the shallows. When the sun is up it will be time to get out into deeper water, try fishing some drop offs and deep channel bends.
Swepco Lake White Bass Rating:
1.3
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Swepco Lake Striped Bass Rating:
1.7
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Swepco Lake Trout Rating:
2.6
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Current Lunar Fishing Tip:

The crescent moon will have better gravitational pull than a gibbous or half moon. However the affects of the moons gravitational will be decreased since the sun and moon aren't pulling in conjunction with one another. It's time to pay close attention to the other fishing factors in the weather to make the best decision for hitting the water.

Sunrise:

11:04

Sunset:

01:35

Moon Phase:


% Illuminated
Days to Full